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Zari’s cryptic message about Diamonds mothers role in their breakup

Zari and Diamond have a very complicated past. The two share two beautiful kids together and will always be inter-linked because of the shared history they have.

Diamond Platnumz with Zari and their kids in the past
Diamond Platnumz with Zarinah and their kids in the past

Anything that the two say or do will be analysed critically to look for any deeper or hidden meaning in it. Zari recently wrote some advice on her Facebook page and some(me included) wondered if the message was a cryptic dig at her former ex and his mother.

Zari and Diamond in a file photo
Zari and Diamond in a file photo

She wrote;

MEN, when you marry a wife you marry her for yourself not for your mother. You should stop making your mothers shareholders in your marriages, your mother is your father’s wife not your first wife. You are making life difficult for your wives….

Diamond-and-Zaris-mother
Diamond-and-Zaris-mother

Is Zari inadvertently blaming Mama Paltnumz for the break-up of her own marriage? One can not be sure but it is a well-known fact that Sanura Kasimu(Diamond’s mother) has a powerful say in his life.

Diamond with his mother in a file photo
Diamond with his mother in a file photo

If you are going to have a long-term relationship with Diamond, support(blessing) from his mother(and his sister Esma to an extent) is crucial.

So strong is her influence that she allegedly made Hamisa Mobetto’s(another of Diamond’s baby mama’s) life hell. It was even rumoured that she once chased Hamisa from her home after Hamisa had slept over with Diamond! Her influence on her son has even made Tanasha, Diamond’s current love interest be wary of upsetting her.

Esma-Sanura Tanasha-Diamond
Esma-Sanura Tanasha-Diamond

Tanasha revealed that on her first meeting with her potential mother-in-law that she was so scared that she almost peed on herself! Mama Chibu seems to have blessed the pairing and it seems that the two might be having a sweet blessing in the coming future.

Do you agree with Zari’s take that men should avoid involving their mothers in their marriages?

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